Social Planning Toronto’s 2014 Year-end Review
Social Planning Toronto is pleased to release its year-end review highlighting its major accomplishments in 2014. Some highlights are:
- Commitment to Community’s (C2C) successful campaign during the budget process
- Civic engagement work around Provincial
New SPT Research on the Minimum Wage: Large Employers 5 Times More Likely to Pay Minimum Wage Than Small Ones
Posted on 28. Nov, 2014 by Beth.
Black Friday news: New research prepared by Social Planning Toronto and the Campaign to Raise the Minimum Wage shows that in Ontario, large employers are the biggest culprits in perpetuating a low-wage economy.
Data from Statistics Canada’s Labour Force Survey …
Posted on 24. Nov, 2014 by Mary.
Posted on 18. Nov, 2014 by Beth.
Social Planning Toronto and Newcomer Women’s Services Toronto released “The Economy and Resilience of Newcomers: Exploring Newcomer Entrepreneurship”, a new community-based research study on newcomer self-employment in Toronto. Over 75 people attended the report launch and panel discussion at …
Posted on 14. Nov, 2014 by Mary.
The first comprehensive report on child and family poverty in Toronto since 2008 will be released by Children’s Aid Society of Toronto, Social Planning Toronto, Family Service Toronto, Colour of Poverty-Colour of Change, and the Alliance for a Poverty-Free Toronto …